China mocked India battling Coronavirus, see what posted

Amid the outcry and tragedy caused by the Coronavius ​​epidemic in India, the Communist Party of China has mocked India through one of its social media accounts. The sad thing is that the joke is made of deaths due to Kovid-19 infection in India. The Chinese Communist Party has compared the burning of India to the preparations for space stations in space by China. However, the party removed the post following reactions from around the world. Let us know that China is considered the originator of Coronavirus.

There was a controversial post on the microblogging website Weibo in China from the Communist Party’s account of the Central Political and Legal Affairs, which drew a lot of criticism. A photo was shared in the post, which showed the picture of launching Chinese rockets on one side and burning of dead bodies in India on the other side. The picture was written in Chinese “When China Burns Fire vs. India’s Burns Fire”.

Criticisms were also received by many Chinese users as soon as the post went viral. However, the question here is about humanity. Many Chinese Weibo users said that the post was ‘inappropriate’ and said that China should show sympathy with India.

The post was removed by the Communist Party of China following criticisms from its own countrymen. At the same time, Hu Shijin (hu xijin), editor of Global Times, the official newspaper of China, made a statement on humanity, but the next moment he also got another warning on Twitter. Hu Shijin tweeted, in which it was written (translated) ‘Many Chinese people are worried about emergency supplies like the oxygen constrictors and ventilators provided by China to India, that their use needs the rich rather than save the poor patients of India. Will be able to complete.

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